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The last 4 posts

Friday, April 29th 2011, 8:01am

by Wet_Boots

I couldn't figure out what the guy was trying to sell. Little indicator markers that permanently stay in place, and in view?

Friday, April 29th 2011, 12:37am

by Waterit (Guest)

Completely pointless for a system installed with a vibratory plow.

Completely pointless for any properly-installed system.

Hiya Boots!

Thursday, April 28th 2011, 8:26pm

by Wet_Boots

Completely pointless for a system installed with a vibratory plow.

Wednesday, April 27th 2011, 10:26pm

by Mitchgo

Don't mean to be mean...

You made it sound extremely misleading that you find existing sprinkler systems.. I think you should emphasize that this is for brand new sprinkler systems or existing systems that already have been located.

In my opinion you won't be getting any contractors or irrigation companies installing this.. Huge waste of time.
Installer's these days are having a hard enough time to make profit, and make more money then the low ball bidder hack. Trying to convince your product to the customer would be really hard.

Who is your market to? The homeowner who does a hack job installing his system? Or the contractor who scaethes by already?

An as built or a crude design of the system could be done way faster then that.